I am a human web developer from Montreal and the the technical lead for Global Voices. I am responsible for developing and maintaining our various sites, which mostly run on WordPress.
I've been building websites since 2003 and have spoken about web development and WordPress at events like WordCamp (San Francisco, NYC, Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa) and ConFoo (Montreal).
Latest posts by Jer Clarke
Learn about a variety of design changes to the site as well as an upcomming "A/B" test that will experiment with different homepage designs to see which is most effective.
As part of the 2021 Community Council, a poll was conducted to gauge support for different activities, approaches and models around which Global Voices could build its future mission.
After testing a clean new post design that's centred without a sidebar, we liked the results, and are making this change live across all GV sites.
Learn about the new system that replaces "Special Coverage Pages".
Get involved with building a stronger GV, join the Community Council for 2021
GV is A/B testing a new post design without a sidebar. Learn about our design process, the change we're working on, and what the heck A/B testing is!
Our initial meetings for the “Beyond Authors and Translators” Council deliberation were fascinating, here’s what we’re planning to ensure we take action on your ideas.
We're launching some small but poignant design changes for Global Voices! In this post you can learn what they are as well as the thinking behind them.
A test post demonstrating various post styles and formats, used to ensure everything looks like it should.
This is a test post, please ignore it!